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Huntsville City Schools parodies Hamilton ahead of Monday’s return to in-person classes

HUNTSVILLE, Ala. – Huntsville City Schools elementary and middle school students can return to in-person schedules Monday, September 14. High school students get an extra week of virtual schooling, with in-person classes resuming Monday, September 21.

As part of the return, Huntsville City Schools decided to get a little creative with a parody of the musical “Hamilton.”

Morris Middle School Principal William King and his team put together the parody.

Return-to-school procedures include:

  • All faculty, staff, and students are required to wear masks
  • Social distancing will be in place as much as possible
  • Families are asked to keep any students with COVID-19 symptoms at home
  • Health check stations will be set up to take staff members’ temperatures and ask health questions as they enter buildings
  • Each classroom will be equipped with cleaning supplies, including a spray bottle with disinfectant, gloves, and a hand sanitizer dispenser
  • Safe rooms will be set up and equipped with supplies to support for those who may be showing COVID-19 symptoms

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